Some colleges have it as a sport.
Because he is a real Gryffindor.
Real tennis Quidditch
I doubt there are any games like that, unless metaphorically you mean that the real world is a game itself. All games must require some kind of space or unit it is made out of..
if you mean like in the olympics then it started in 1896 being the first 'real' olympics
Quidditch is a sport played by those of great wealth in England. Specially customised brooms are created and they give the user the ability to fly and play the game of Quidditch. The snitch is usually a flying rat that is often hard to catch.
are you for real? Yes
learn how to spell answer quidditch is not a real sport
Not in the real world but it is available to catch in a couple of the pokemon games.
Only in games not in the real world
real life cashier games
In real life? No. In the Pokemon games? Yes. Are any other pokemon real in real life? NO, through they may look like real animals. But, in Pokemon games, they are all real.
The Call of Duty games are fictional, but based on true events and times, like World War 2, the Vietnam war etc.
they are the same as in a real circus!
Well, there are exactly zero actual teams for rollerball and quidditch. I'm not sure the question has any real meaning, or possible real answer.
no net kitten is not a real website it is just a tv show game like arthur but there are similur games like pet adopting games
Well, that's a bit of a weird question; A video game is basically anything not in the real world, it must be played on a screen, rather than the real world
The real published version was released in 2001. It is not known when the one used in the series was published.
Some vidieo games are good because they show what goes on in the real world.
It is not a real bird. It was created in the imaginary world of Hunger Games by crossing a "jabber jay" (also not a real bird) with a mockingbird. Here is a link to the Hunger Games Wiki website so you can see some artwork.
Kaneva or real life
the number seventeen has a wide range of connection to the real world like how Albert Einstien like it.